DOROTHY LEHANE  is the founding editor of Litmus Publishinga new poetry press exploring the intersection between poetry and science. Her pamphlet Hunters from Annexe Magazine is a small collection of poems which engage with cosmology and theoretical physics and her debut collection is forthcoming with Nine Arches Press, as well as a chapbook Unnova with Dancing Girl Press, Chicago. Dorothy teaches Creative Writing at The University of Kent and has taught poetry workshops in numerous institutions, including the Barbican Arts Centre. She has been published widely in magazines, more recently Tears in the FenceUnder The Radar, and Zone Magazine.

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The Glasgow Review of Books (ISSN 2053-0560) is an online journal which publishes critical reviews, essays and interviews as well as writing on translation. We accept work in any of the languages of Scotland – English, Gàidhlig and Scots.

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